Andreas Kottre Friedrich Gräfe
The presented work investigates the possibilities of gaze interactions and their application in selecting and avoiding objects and compares selecting with a mouse control group. A comparative study was conducted to answer the research questions. The study was conducted using two games and the score achieved was considered as the comparison factor. The results of the study show that mouse interactions performed better in the scenarios presented. Furthermore, the results seem to indicate that dodging objects with gaze interaction works better than catching them.
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